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What are the Important Evidence Required for a Personal Injury Case?

If you want to win an insurance claim or even a personal injury lawsuit, there has to be ample evidence that support the liability and injury claims. Gathering evidence for a personal injury case is a must if you want to successfully fight your case and win. Here are the most crucial evidence that you need to gather:

1. The physical evidence is must and this is usually true in such cases.

  • These can include broken stairs and even the dent in the car.
  • An overhanging branch that may have caused damage is also a good evidence in personal injury lawsuits.
  • The extent of injury is also vital.


2. If you have torn and bloodied clothing, you can preserve them as a evidence in court. You need to preserve and photograph the entire extent of the injury to be able to win damages. Any physical evidence should be preserved after the accident and should be shown as proof of what happened to the insurance company.

3. In case you have a car accident, you should have the police report and the piece by piece evidence that is responsible for the accident. This is a must in any settlement or negotiation.

4. A good piece of evidence usually is the photographs that offer a good physical evidence and portray the crime scene in accurate light. You should take a lot of photographs of the accident scene and highlight them clearly as much as possible. These offer a good insight into the accident and can produce great metnal picture in the mind of the judge or jury during the trial of the case in court.

Finally, a good evidence of the bruises, broken bones, burns and lacerations is a good way to seek compensation from an insurance company. Documenting the injuries is always a must in these personal injury claims. An injury lawyer can only help you to an extent, it is important that the evidence gathering is done by you before the case is tried in court. No matter how good a lawyer is, he cannot do much without evidence.

For further information about the important evidence required for a personal injury case, please contact Opara Law PC by email at or by phone at 416-840-5572.

Victor Opara